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Auntie Doris in the 21st Century #9: Gay Vicars

They had all this nonsense about not letting women be vicars. Of course it was ruddy nonsense. As if a woman couldn’t do as good a job at being a vicar as a man could. 545 more words

Humour

Celebrating Together - Service of Celebration

Celebrating Together

October 18th at 12 noon
Winchester Cathedral

For more information or to book a lunch ticket please contact Julia Mourant:
julia.mourant@winchester.anglican.org

An opportunity to celebrate 20 years of women and men in shared priestly ministry in the Church of England. 397 more words

Diocese

Visionary Leadership, part I: "Patience is a virtue, dear..."

My best friend (since 4th grade), Leah Ann, has taught me this quote through the years.  Likely it’s familiar to you; but, there is more to the quote the way my BFF says it: “…possess it if you can; it’s sometimes found in women, almost never in a man.” 702 more words

Is This Father Phyllis?

One of the characteristics of the dissenters who arose after Vatican II has been their refusal to accept official decisions of the Church when those decisions did not suit them. 865 more words

Realities

Process Stories

Becoming a priest in the Church of England is not something that you just do. First you go through a rigorous discernment process, both for the church to find out whether you are indeed the right person for this calling and for yourself to find out and to clarify your calling to the priestly office. 448 more words

CoE

Holy Orders & The Priestess

As discussed previously in posts on this blog, the Sacred Tradition is as important and valid as scripture. The Bible itself is a product of Sacred Tradition, its books having been originally belonging to what is called “oral tradition”. 279 more words

Rationality